Monaco Ville (Old Town) – Walk up the red bricked Rampe Major to the old part of Monaco that has windy medieval lanes and overlooks the sea.

Eze – This hilltop village, built entirely out of pale stone, takes you back in time with its 13th century Chapelle de la Sainte Croix and transports you with stunning views of the sea.

Oceanographic Museum – Every inch of this iconic institution pulses with the wonders and mysteries of the great oceans.

Jardin Exotique – A botanical garden on the side of a cliff and a cave with pre-historic roots complete with stalagmites and stalactites.

The Palace – Explore the stronghold of the Grimaldi family, the rulers of Monaco for more than 700 years.

Princess Grace Rose Garden – Over 4,000 roses perfume the air in this oasis of calm and beauty. Palm and Olive trees give it a unique atmosphere amidst the skyscrapers and yachts.

Sculpture Path, Fontvieille – Over 100 contemporary sculptures by names like Arman, Blake, Botero, Calder and César dot this path. It also includes the best creations of local artists as well.

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Car Racing

Monte Carlo

It’s the headiest of heady cocktails in true blue European style. F1 cars awaiting intrepid drivers in glitzy Monte.